Electromagnetic and Light Scattering by Particles

N e w s l e t t e r

September 2021

Issue 102

 

 

 

2022 van de Hulst Light Scattering Award open for Nominations

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to remind you that the call for nominations is out for the 2022 van de Hulst Light Scattering Award. On behalf of Elsevier, this Award is administered by the Editorial Board and Publisher of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (JQSRT). For your information, the official Call for Nominations can be found here:
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-quantitative-spectroscopy-and-radiative-transfer/news/2022-hendrik-c-van-de-hulst-light-scattering-award
Nominations should be submitted by 26 November 2022 to Michael Kahnert (Award Committee Chairman) at michael.kahnert@smhi.se with copies to co-chairs Pinar Menguc at pinar.menguc@ozyegin.edu.tr and to Gerard Gouesbet at gerard.gouesbet@coria.fr.

Sincerely,
Michael Kahnert, on behalf of the Award Committee

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Special issue in Remote Sensing on scattering by ice crystals in the Earth atmosphere

 

Still open for submission of papers until 1st November 2021!

 

Please follow the link below to access the site to submit your papers.

 

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/special_issues/Scatter_Ice_Crystals

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The ELS-XIX Special issue will be published in the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (JQSRT). 

You can submit your paper via the link below.

 

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The recording of the special session Michael Mishchenko Scientific Legacy at the ELS-XIX conference is available online

 

https://youtu.be/EqJGJhT3coo 

 

Thanks to Alexey Shcherbakov and his colleagues.

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This is the 1st announcement of the 13th international conference on Laser-light and Interactions with
Particles (LIP2022to
be held in Warsaw, Poland, on August 21-26th, 2022.

The call for abstracts will be opened on November 1, 2021 for subjects dealing with

      - near-field, far-field and time-resolved scattering (computations, laboratory experiments...)

      - plasmonics, other resonances and caustics (probing,  scattering enhancement, modelling...)

      - complex shaped particles and aggregates (morphology, composition, functionalization...)

      - multiple scattering and random media (dense, turbulent,...)

      - mechanical effects of light (particle manipulation, forces measurement, optical tweezers...)

      - laser beams description (contributions acoustical and quantum beams are also welcomed).

      - particle characterization methods (interferometric, polarimetric, spectral, static, dynamic...),

 The following application areas will be also welcomed:

      - two- and multiphase flow characterization (combustion, spray, bubbly flows...),

      - aerosol and atmospheric sciences (nucleation, transport, characterization...),

      - plasma and soft matter physics (nanocristallites, colloids, suspensions, aggregation...),

      - biomedical optical engineering (cell manipulation and properties, microrheology...),

      - remote sensing and free space communication (holography, lidar, turbulence...).
Get a look to the conference web site,  the flyer or poster and spread the information around you !


Cheers

Gerard Gouesbet, Fabrice Onofri, Maciej Kolwas*, Daniel Jakubczyk*
Conveners (and Chairs*) of LIP2022 conference 

Anastasiya Derkachova, Mariusz Wozniak
Conference secretary


Contact : contact@lip-conference.org
Conference website: http://lip-conference.org/
Download the conference flyer: pdf
Download the conference poster:   pdfs in A4 and  A2 formats

 

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